Engineers working on the Queensferry Crossing have lifted the remaining piece of deck between the north and centre tower deck spans, meaning the deck on the new bridge now stretches from Fife right across to the end of the south fan. The closure of the north and centre deck fans is the third of four
Morgan Sindall and West Dunbartonshire Council representatives join staff and pupils at the turf cutting ceremony Construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall has broken ground on the construction of a purpose-built £15.3 million education campus in Balloch, West Dunbartonshire.
A new garden room at Dundee’s Ninewells Hospital has been handed over to NHS Tayside following the delivery of a competition winning design by the Voigt Partnership. The newly completed Leaf Room was officially opened on November 11 by Shona Robison, cabinet secretary for health, wellbeing & s
Anne Clyde from UKSE and Marton Fabrications’ Derek Ross UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE), in partnership with Business Gateway Lanarkshire, has launched a new finance initiative that will provide up to £7,500 of funding for start-up companies which can demonstrate growth and employment potential.
US President-elect Donald Trump has won a battle over a flagpole on the grounds of one of his Scots golf courses. The billionaire tycoon erected the 80ft pole flying a Saltire outside his Menie Estate clubhouse at Trump International Golf Links last year. But Aberdeenshire Council ordered him to rem
ISG has been awarded a £5 million contract to redevelop a building within Glasgow’s Merchant City Central Conservation Area into additional retail and office space. The project for London based asset managers Castleforge Partners, sees the construction services company sympathetically restore and
A Dundee architects’ studio is planning to breathe new life into an historic city centre building by creating a design hub in the heart of the Cultural Quarter. Andrew Black Design, recent winners of the Supreme Award from the Dundee Institute of Architects, has submitted a planning application to
Business development manager, Euan McDermott, (left) with Simon Phillips, regional managing director for Scotland Esh Border Construction has launched its new base in Livingston which the firm hopes will provide a key strategic lynchpin as it looks to build on its success in Scotland.
Paul McLaughlin Building engineering services employers have been reassured that new routes to professional certification will be made available by the passing of revised F Gas handling legislation next year.
CITB strategic partnerships manager Michael Lennox and Homes for Scotland chief executive Nicola Barclay The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and Homes for Scotland (HFS) have launched a new £250,000 scheme to train non-trade employees.